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  • Apr 24, 1979
    Columbia releases Johnny Cash's "(Ghost) Riders In The Sky"
    May 9, 1979
    CBS-TV airs "The Johnny Cash Spring Special" featuring June Carter, Waylon Jennings, George Jones, Earl Scruggs and Martin Mull
    Jun 24, 1979
    Johnny Cash and June Carter begin a four-night stand as part of the Billy Graham Crusade in Nashville
    Jul 30, 1979
    The morning after a show in Cleveland, Ohio, Jan Howard is fired from Johnny Cash's tour. Within weeks, Nashville is abuzz with rumors that the two had had an affair
    Aug 5, 1979
    Following a concert at the Ak-Sar-Ben Coliseum in Omaha, Johnny Cash fires Helen and Anita Carter from his road show
    Aug 13, 1979
    Johnny Cash and June Carter renew their wedding vows while vacationing in Jamaica. Upon return in September, he quashes Music Row rumors that he had an affair with Grand Ole Opry star Jan Howard
    Aug 22, 1979
    Johnny Cash performs an entire show in Cohasset, Massachusetts, with gauze on his head, never explaining his appearance to the audience. Cash had purposely rebroken his nose that day, feeling it had been set improperly after a recent accident
    Aug 23, 1979
    Johnny Cash's bus driver arrives in Cohasset, Massachusetts, after an all-night drive from Nashville. The purpose of the trip: to deliver Cash a prescription
    Sep 12, 1979
    Johnny Cash is made a deputy sheriff in Davidson County, Tennessee
    Oct 2, 1979
    The Oak Ridge Boys, Loretta Lynn, Eddie Rabbitt, Johnny Cash, Tammy Wynette, Ronnie Milsap and Glen Campbell perform for president Jimmy Carter at Ford's Theatre in Washington, D.C., as NBC shoots "Country Superstars Of The '70s"

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